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live for the first time ever. we'll catch up with brad and his former "moneyball" oscar nominee jonah hill today, wednesday, former "moneyball" oscar nominee jonah hill today, wednesday, february 1, 2012. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> touchdown! anp and welcoand welcome t wednesday morning. i'm matt lauer. >r >> i'm ann curry. good morning. mitt romnp mitt romney wmie nominnominee during his speech florida lap florida last fl reaready tp ready to lerea nation. >p >> mitt romn>> mitt romn% of the vor of the votea is a winner take all state. romney had comments on the heated nature of the gop race to date and what it will mean for the general election. we'll talk to him about that and other things ahead. >> also ahead, what's going on with the weather? you can see from our temperature it's 49 degrees on the plaza. about 20 degrees warmer than usual. the question is this unseasonably warm weather, why is it breaking records across much of the country? we'll fill you in on why this is happening and what you can expect today. >> we're going into the 60s today in new yor
nominee jonah hill will stop by. >>> i'm herk cahill. some scientists say sugar is so bad it should be regulated lie tobacco and alcohol. plus patriots coach bill belichick takes us behind the scenes. >>> but first as we do every morning, we begin with a look at today's eye opener. your world in 90 seconds. >> dozens of passengers feared dead after a ferry sinks in the south pacific. >> three helicopters and eight vessels have recovered almost 200 survivors. >>> chaos in egypt as soccer fans riot while while police stand aside. >> security forces have been blamed for not doing enough. >> going to be a very significant day. >>> newt gingrich gets set for a major endorsement while mitt romney plays damage control. >> i'm not concerned about the very poor. we have a safety net there. >> i'll pretty sure you're not supposed to say that out loud. >> sometimes things don't come out the way you'd like them to. that's not what i meant to say. >> reporter: the combat role for u.s. troops in afghanistan may end a year earlier. >> it was a very emotional night. >> reporter: the state of washin
'm gayle king. when i sigh you at 8:00, we'll talk with the son of "soul train's" don cornelius. >>> jonah hill, oscar nominee, no relation to erica, stopping by today. >> but i'm here too today. some say sugar is so bad it should be regulated by tobacco and alcohol. bill belichick takes us behind the scenes as he prepares for sunday's super showdown with the giants. >>> first, we begin with a look at today's eye-opener. your world in 90 seconds. >>> major tragedy. >> dozens of passengers feared dead after a ferry sinks in the south pacific. >> helicopters and eight vessels recovered almost 200 survivors. >>> chaos in egypt as soccer fans riot. police stand aside. >> people have been killed, hundreds injured. security forces have been blamed for not doing enough to stop what took place. >> very significant day. >> newt gingrich gets set for a major endorsement while mitt romney plays damage control. >> i'm not concerned about the very poor. we have a safety net there. >> i'm pretty sure you're not supposed to say that out loud. >> sometimes things don't come out like i'd like them to. that
and new customers every time someone received a paperless post invitation. jonah peretti, co-founder of "the huffington post," was so impressed when he received one, he became an individualer and mentor to the pair. >> what the company has found is people are receivers first. they get a few, i keep getting these beautiful invitations and it's usually from a friend of mine who's a high-status friend, a person that i respect. maybe i should go and use the service. then they come and use the service, it spreads that way. >> reporter: more affordable than people stationery, environmentally friendly, and fast, paperless post attracted high-profile users and institutions like prince charles, condoleezza rice, the museum of modern art, and the white house. >> the website is simple to use. it's nice to send something that is going to reflect all the effort and energy you put into the party. >> reporter: with 50 million invitations sent and a service that is low-cost, everyone is taking notice, even the industry's largest player. e-vite recently launched postmark, a site remarkably si
brad pitt and jonah hill talked about the struggle to produce the film the "today" show this morning and they also revealed how they kept things fun on the set. >> this thing was arduous undertaking, it almost didn't get made about three times and a lot of people put their jobs on the line to see it through and i'm happy it's paid off. >> i'm wondering, what kind of a boss is brad pitt? >> yeah? >> yeah. a great boss. because he was the producer of the film. like bennett, our director, bennett miller, who is a genius and brad, the brain trust of the film, they were trying to figure out this really intricate book that people said was unfilmable. >> they gave us these golf carts and i had jonah's cart rigged, whenever you turn it on it would blast "wake me up before you go go," all the way to the set. >> if it was just that, but he had it shrink wrapped bright pink, like neon pink. >> no. >> superimposed a picture of me and george michael on the front that said "i love -- i'm jonah hill and i love wham." >> oh. they were cruel. having fun, too. "moneyball," based on the book about oakl
. still, momentum of romney last night. the panel, jonah goldberg from national review online. a.b. stoddard from the hill. syndicated columnist charles krauthammer. jonah, now looking forward, we've got washington state on saturday. and then super tuesday coming up. what about this race and where we stand? >> i think going forward, the path for romney is clearer than it's been in a while. but at the same time, not t he l take fire the entire way. i think his victory over michigan was huge -- the victory in michigan was huge. insofar if he lost it would have been disastrous. not a big a deal on the positive side he won. hammer and tongs in ohio where the media and candidates will set up a significant contest. romney is the only one you can see the path to the nomination. it doesn't mean it's easy for him. >> bret: a.b., he seemed relieved last night and on the stump today anecdotally from the reporters covering him looser. >> yeah. >> bret: the romney campaign has a spring in their step. >> that's because when you cheat death, there is a rush of relief. as for people who were ner
, of course, the bible says, megyn, that jonah was swallowed and spit out by the great fish, so the sign of jonah as mentioned by jesus in the gospels christians believe is a sign of the resurrection. but remember, the gospels date to about 200 or 300 years after jesus died. even the earliest forms of christian art depicting the sign of jonah are about 100 years after jesus died. so these researchers have now gone in to, believe it or not, a condominium complex outside the old city of jerusalem, and under that complex about eight feet beneath a basement they believe this tomb along with another tomb that was found in the same complex about 32 years ago are the tombs of jesus of nazareth and his family. now, the archaeological evidence which, by the way, as you see right there is written in stone including the sign of jonah is, experts say, strikingly consistent with the text of the gospel. so in other words, what the researchers have done here is they've pushed back the clock to find evidence of the resurrection shortly after jesus died. now, as you might imagine they are still searching
surrounding the super bowl. jonah retnick laid down $1,000 yesterday that the giants would score first and it it would be a say. he got 50-1 odds. the first score was -- a safety. he got 50 within hundred odds. the first score was a safety. he said he'll give it to charity. >> that is it for us. cbs evening news is next. >> derek is back at 7:00. good night.
. >> reporter: these teens have realized that as a group they have power. 14-year-old jonah got a sense of that power when he posted this video on youtube. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> reporter: more than seven million have now viewed it. these teenagers want to do something about bullying. 19-year-old britney of new york is proposing a federal law that would define bullying and make it a hate crime. >> for those who push people to the brink of suicide they need to be held accountable. >> reporter: these teens also want to hold a march in october they want lady gaga and president obama to attend. they say it is not easy-going out on this limb and talking about what has happened to them. they think doing so could save lives. >> i real -- it is a good cause and something like i've felt for a long time that i've not been able to speak up. it is something good for other teens who are feeling that way. >> reporter: they are hoping that lady gaga will perform here at the bill graham auditorium, that 10,000 teenagers will come to hear her and come on to the streets and march against bullying. they are plann
good homes. i wish seth rogen was up instead of jonah hill for his part in this. i want seth rogen for 50/50, this movie i keep going back to. i get mad when the oscars overlook something. you know? "moneyball," at least it will make a lot of people see this film. usually box office goes up 70% if a movie is nominated and if it wins more. >>> brad pitt is in is the tree of life. really, jan, how did you feel about it really? not so good. >> not so much. >> why is it in there? >> it's because it's a prestige picture. it's prestige and people want that that's the thing about the oscars. the oscars are not about box office, it's about prestige and let's keep them around. >> 30 seconds. who will get best actress. >> actress irks i think that's going to be -- where i put it? >> no, i think viola davis, i think viola davis. >> giving me a hard out and that means get off. >> jan wall's website is www.janwall.com. we also like to mention that january is very important people being featured at this year's common wealth club. distinguished citizen award dinner. for more information on that,
they have power. 14-year-old jonah got a sense of that power when he posted this video on youtube. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> reporter: more than seven million have now viewed it. these teenagers want to do something about bullying. 19-year-old britney of new york is proposing a federal law that would define bullying and make it a hate crime. >> for those who push people to the brink of suicide they need to be held accountable. >> reporter: these teens also want to hold a march in october they want lady gaga and president obama to attend. they say it is not easy-going out on this limb and talking about what has happened to them. they think doing so could save lives. >> i real -- it is a good cause and something like i've felt for a long time that i've not been able to speak up. it is something good for other teens who are feeling that way. >> reporter: they are hoping that lady gaga will perform here at the bill graham auditorium, that 10,000 teenagers will come to hear her and come on to the streets and march against bullying. they are planning this for october. amy hollyfield, abc7 news. >>
's amazing? jonah hill doesn't talk in that entire movie. just sits there blinking. please welcome to the program, brad pitt n! ( cheers and applause ) ( cheers and applause ) ( cheers ) >> jon: can i tell you something funny? they never get tired of seeing me. it's weird. they never get-- it's the-- every time we come back from commercial, it's that. >> i'm having the same reaction. >> jon: isn't it hard sometimes? >> very. >> jon: how are you doing? nice to see you. >> doing all right, doing all right, thanks. >> jon: this "moneyball." you have two films nominated for best picture, yes. >> yes, this and "tree of life." >> jon: but you are nominated as an actor in "moneyball." >> that's correct. >> jon: so we can talk about "moneyball" and not "tree of life" because i don't know what it was about. i've seen it five times and i'm honing in on what it is about. >> let's do "moneyball." >> jon: this movie was not going to be made. what made you stay with us? >> we developed-- to develop a story that has economics and science, saber metrics at the front, is a difficult endeavor
. jonah goldberg wrote, the underemphasized dynamic in this race isn't that romney isn't conservative enough. it's that he's not a good enough politician. he may be the most electable on paper, but every time he seems to get into his groove and pull away, he says things that make people think he doesn't know how to play the game." that's pretty cynical but he made his point. "the wall street journal" wrote "like twain said of wagner's music, mr. romney is better than he sounds." on the conservative blog red state, eric erickson wrote, i'm not sure i'll waste my time defending romney in a general election. sure, i'll vote for him, but i think i'll focus on house and senate races so when the buyer's remorse sets in on those who did back romney were not completely screwed down the ballot. this doesn't surprise me from him. he's pretty far over. >> here's the thinking among those people. they are thinking, we don't love mitt romney. okay. he's a massachusetts moderate. he's trying to make himself a conservative. but if we're going to take him, let's at least have a good politician. let's
'll catch up with brad and his former "moneyball" oscar nominee jonah hill today, wednesday, former "moneyball" oscar nominee jonah hill today, wednesday, february 1, 2012. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> touchdown! and welcome to "today" on a wednesday morning. i'm matt lauer. >> i'm ann curry. good morning. mitt romney was talking like the nominee in during his victory speech in florida last night. saying he's ready to lead his party and the nation, matt. >> mitt romney finished with 46% of the vote to newt gingrich's 32%. florida is a winner take all state, so romney gets all 50 of the state's delegates. meanwhile mitt romney has interesting comments on the heated nature of the gop race to date and what it will mean for the general election. we'll talk to him about that and other things straight ahead. >> also ahead, what's going on with the weather? it is already -- you can see from our temperature it's 49 degrees on the plaza. about 20 degrees warmer than usual. the question is this unseasonably warm weather, why is it breaking records across much of the count
studio for the first time ever. we will catch up with him and jonah hill as we get started on it wednesday morning. >> thank you. 6:53. everyone does that. 55 degrees on tv hill. >> coming up, we'll take a last look at weather and traffic before you head out to start your day. >> we should mention the cupcakes. we were all very good. >> i did not see that one. i want to trade. >> we are fighting over the nutritional content. >> we will talk about traffic. some good news westbound on 50 at the bay bridge. we have an accident in pasadena. another problem on southbound 295 at the beltway. an accident at pratt street and another the west side outer loop. we will update 50 at the bay bridge. a quick check of 95 in white marsh. moving pretty well as to get towards the beltway. >> rock, paper, scissors. if you're my brother, i would stick my finger in it right now. let's look at the seven-day forecast. 65 today. a chance for a few rain showers. rain is not going to be a big deal. temperatures will be in the 60's. >>> thanks for joining us for 11 news today. >> we will be back with
of the producers for money ball nominated for best picture, he and jonah hill talk about their roles with director bennett-- bennett miller and what it takes to make a winning team. >> hey, billy. i wanted you to see these player evaluations that you asked me to do. >> i asked you to do three. >> yeah. >> to evaluate three players. >> yeah. >> how many did you do. >> 47. >> one of our first conversations was these '70s films where the beast at the beginning of the movie is the same beast at the end of the movie. and they don't really change but the world around them changes, their perspective of the world around them. and became obsessed with that. sports never looked at it from the economic side. you think it's competition. you think it's fair playing field. and how does a small market team compete with the big market teams that buy all their talent it is an unfair game. >> michael lewis pointed out that billy bean was somebody who came to believe that his, that the life he was supposed to be living was somewhere else. that he had made a decision when he was a kid to take a turn and go down a roa
journal" or jonah goldberg the "national review," erick erickson, rush limbaugh even weighed in on this thing going, come on, don't make it so easy for the democrats. >> it doesn't help with a certain narrative that might not be good for him for this presidential election. i'll leave it there. >> at least he's not rich. that's the thing. >> no, he's filthy rich, actually, but that's okay. >> see, that's the difference between democrats and republicans. republicans don't think you can ever be "filthy rich." >> you can't be rich enough. can you? you have to devour everything. >> absolutely. >> you don't really care about the impact it has on your life or your future. >> well, i think, you know, there are two impacts. the obvious thing, it adds another clip to david axelrod's greatest hits reel he can run as that caricature mitt romney as ritchie rich, and that's all true. but i think, joe, you're pointing to something important which is, you know, conservatives -- it fuels -- establishmentarians, it fuels their sense of concern. the paramount strategic challenge of any presiden
in -- jonah goldburg sad if you could take ron paul's stance on monetary policy and newt gingerich's stance on fiscal responsibility, balancing budgets, stake santorum's conservatism and put them in mitt romney's shell it would be perfect. karl rove says everyone will step in line. i'm not sure. >> that's the problem. he's the shell. he's not any of those things. >> i don't know. i mean i look at something like the florida win, which was decisive and representative. florida is a representative state of the rest of the country's population. he won it decisively. he spent a lot of money, the others maybe not as much. one thing is rick tyler, the spokesperson for gingrich's pac, winning our future. he was quoted today saying they were forced to counter mitt with a scorched earth campaign and by the end, there will be no one left to vote against obama. it's sort of like, isn't that the point of your candidacy? don't we want to vote for the run, not against? >> anger and fear is not a motivating reason to go out and get out of your house. >> it's not to cross the finish line. >> he's going to wa
. brad pitt brought his mom and dad. jonah hill brought his mom. i think that's kind of neat. i remember last year, russell brand brought his mom. >> and jessica chastain brought her grandma, which was darling. >> i think that's really sweet. takes some of the pressure off you. if you don't have a date, what the heck, bring mom. >> tell us about the sacha baron cohen. >> in high school, you're a loser you bring your mom. on the oscars, it makes you look like a hero. >> real human being. >> yes. >> tell us about that sacha baron cohen moment. i know it's got tons of play and maybe people are sick of it, but what do you think? >> you know, i think, first of all, i think the whole -- oh, will he, won't he show up as general, i think that was a ploy between the academy and sacha baron cohen. it got great publicity. i don't think ryan seacrest was expecting it. i knew he thought something was going to happen. i don't think he was expecting that. he didn't look -- i mean, he's a pro. ryan's a pro. but he looked a little -- just a little miffed. >> yes, he did. >> he sure did. >> what about bil
against bullying. >> reporter: jonah mawry says he's been bullied since he was in first place. a video he posted about being bullying has been seen by hundreds. teens want to enlist lady gaga and president obama in their crusade. >>> anti smoking advocates team up with james bruner today. brunner along with volunteers with the lung association and clinica de la rasa joined to announce signs for no smoking. >> it is that time of year for an unusual optical illusion at yosemite national park. this is a picture from yosemite of a water fall. the water cascading over dark rock looks more like lava. the phenomenon lasts only a few hours a day and will probably only last a few days this year. >>> the weekend a bit cloudy and cool in places. but not this weekend, it's going to be warm and it's going to be dry. you can see the clouds lingering up in the north bay. a little patchy valley fog but shouldn't be widespread. forecast overnights will be in the 40s. tomorrow, with the winds starting to come a little offshore, temperatures are going to warm up. calls have been streaming in all day. we're
on the right in the conservative media. in an article, jonah goldberg wrote "the underemphasized dynamic in this race isn't that romney isn't conservative enough. it's that he's not a good enough politician. every time he seems to get into his groove and pull away, he says things that make people think he doesn't know how to play the game.". "the wall street journal" wrote "like twain said of wagner's music, mr. romney is better than it sounds." >> this doesn't surprise me for a minute. he's pretty far o out. >> here's the thinking among those people. they are thinking, we don't love mitt romney. okay. he's a massachusetts moderate. he's trying to make himself a conservative. but if we're going to take him, let's at least have a good politician. let's have a guy who is good at being a politician. if he's not with him idea logically, what grounds are they going to accept him? laura ingram, i said is he hopeless? she said, no, he's not hopeless, but he's not there yet. >> look at the rap sheet. i'm also unemployed. we could raise taxes on people, corporations are people, my friend. let's l
in the studio, not to mention heart throbs. >> that's right. jonah hill. oh, and brad pitt was here as well talking to ann. nat and i did the only responsible thing which is come down. >> stalk him. >> and look at them. >> ann was trying to conduct a respectable interview and then nat and i snapped a picture and tweeted it out. see? right there. >> i think we got mostly ann. >> al, what do you think? do you like it? >> i don't think anybody could say brad pitt is in that picture with you. >> yes, he was! >> there's al roker. >> where? >> get out our microscope. >> he's there where i'm pointing. don't you see? behind the camera. >> i see ann. i don't see anybody else. >> oh, al. >> think we're scaring away other heart throbs that want to come to our studio? probably. >> i have some pictures. take a look. i have a picture with wrc morning anchors. >> we love them! >> that's nice. we'll be right back a after your local news and weather. [ male announcer ] what if we could keep enough plastic waste to fill over 200 garbage trucks out of landfills each year? ♪ 6.5 million pounds of plastic, go
image of jonah. >> being thrown up literally by the whale. >> exactly. >> the reason it's significant, it's in the new testament. jesus says my resurrection will be like jonah. a jonah has never been found on any jewish art of the period. these are jews, but they're jews who are probably proclaiming jesus faith in his resurrection. >> this is 200 years earlier than any christian icon found in the catacombs of rome. this is the earliest christian icon ever found and next to it is a resurrection statement. the only resurrection statement ever found in an osuwary. >> you had to use a camera because, of course, the real ones are still underground. you had to get access through a camera. will you ever be able to -- >> under be a building. >> under a patio really. will you ever be able to bring them up and bring them to the world, the real thing, not the demos? >> right now these are museum quality replicas. they are going to be in a press conference at 11:00. they'll be on display there. >> they're beautiful. >> by an act of god the osuwaries happen to be in manhattan. >> nothing to do wit
? this is worse than foot in mouth disease. i think it was jonah goldberg who said, he is not fit to run for president. he cannot get his words right. he keeps saying these things that paint him as wildly out of touch, this guy is not a good politician. and then there are conservatives who attack him on the message itself. let the democrats handle the poor, they have their entitlement programs, when being a true conservative is trying to lift people in poverty out of poverty. >> and also what you're talking about, the two issues, the style and the substance is right on. stylistically, there has got to be a more artful way to discuss the idea of being a middle class candidate, okay? he fails there. substantively, what you're talking about is, it's not exactly a conservative idea or a conservative impulse to go out and divide up the country based on economic demographics, racial demographics, ethnic demographics. this is something the right, in fact, excoriates the left for doing. so on both counts, i think people who are supporting mitt romney and who are just conservatives watching this
jonah. >> he did his own stunts. he was a great baby. yeah. no babies are harmed. we filmed it on a green screen in my friend's back yard. >> reporter: from the back yard to the big screen and this year on the internet looking to maximize the $3.5 million average cost for a 30-second commercial a lot of advertisers launched previews or full runs early online. >> you want people commenting on those ads and tweeting about the ads. >> reporter: even if they act like they don't want that attention. >> you're still here? do you have anything better to do? go on. get going. go. >> reporter: jay gray, nbc news, indianapolis. >> what about elton john at the very beginning? pepsi for everyone. i like that one. >> they're just great commercials. that's why we love the super bowl so much. it's just something, you know, we all get together for. >> that's right. >> one day it'll be us. >>> as far as weather is concerned the next couple, not any time soon? sorry. as we look out there, 55 on tuesday. tomorrow. beautiful. and then watching out for the mix on wednesday. may come in a little
called it the most idiotic thing a politician has ever said. jonah goldberg writes, what is wrong with this guy? these are republicans. we won't even get to the democrats and independents. how does he -- how do you become the nominee, which most people feel he will be, and you have this kind of open guess youfg and your statements and your strategy, steve. >> what erin is saying is true. he's got the republicans upset because they like to play -- they like to bash the democrats for class warfare. the reason romney got himself into this this week and why this has been an ongoing problem. he's been aware and his campaign has been aware, running as the nominee of the republican party, which no matter who the republicans nominate, the democrats will paint the republicans as the servants of the top 1%. for romney to have that roll, his campaign has been aware for some time. he's so closely associated with the top 1%. he exudes top 1 percentness. he's come up with this platform. he's broken with the republicans where he feels he can on a lot of these economic issues. gingrich wants to e
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